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December 2, 2013 Exelon Corp. said Monday that it plans to retire one of its electric generation units in Baltimore County within two-and-a-half years, citing the equipment's age as a key reason. The announcement comes as the Chicago-based energy
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge , who amplified the message at PJM's Grid 20/20: Focus on Resilience on Nov. 11-12 in . "There's no silver bullet to ensure resilience for the grid. What we need is more like silver buckshot that encompasses
Said Al-Hallaj (CEO) and Kristen Perhach (Contractor) in front of one of the large batteries AllCell produces for Solar Grid Storage at the AllCell plant at 2321 W...Provided photo Updated: October 20, 2013 9:46PM The clean-power ideal of pumping the
Joan Hoyt came out of ComEd's latest open house on a new electric transmission line happy. Like more than a dozen DeKalb County residents who attended Thursday night's meeting at the DeKalb County Farm Bureau in Sycamore, Hoyt wanted to know how
The off-year election Nov. 5 will focus mostly on the election of judges, school board members and municipal officials. The only statewide race is for an open seat on the state Superior Court pitting Allegheny County Judge Jack McVay Jr., a Democrat,
ComEd is winnowing down the routes for a new electric transmission line and will debut them at public meetings next week. ComEd has been hosting waves of open house meetings since July to gather public input on the Grand Prairie Gateway Project...
A new analysis says two coal-fired power plants in southwestern Pennsylvania can be closed next months as planned without jeopardizing the reliability of the transmission system. Valley Forge-based PJM Interconnection, the grid operator that
The Carlyle Group LP is buying a power generation plant in New Jersey and has completed the purchase of five power plants in California...Carlyle, one of the biggest private equity firms in the U.S., said Monday that it is buying the Sayreville, N.J.
A grid operator that distributes electricity to Pennsylvania and 12 other states wants FirstEnergy Corp. to delay closing two coal-fired power plants in southwestern Pennsylvania. Valley Forge-based PJM Interconnection says the electrical grid's
The Associated Press About 50 million people lost power Aug. 14, 2003, when a tree branch in Ohio started an outage that cascaded across a broad swath from Michigan to New England and Canada. Commuters in New York City and elsewhere had to sleep on